Soothing Sunburn Treatment For Sensitive Skin by Jesse Bishop - Musely
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Soothing Sunburn Treatment For Sensitive Skin

posted in Health & Fitness
03/15/2015
  • Noxzema Classic clean
    Noxzema Classic clean
  • If anyone knows about painful sunburns it'd be me, especially now that my last sunburn gave me blisters and now that my sunburn happened while I had sunscreen on. Now I am going to tell you all about my soothing treatments.

  • The first one is Noxzema Classic Clean. I find this to be best for any sunburn and for sensitive skin. All you have to do is rub the cream over burned area and... Done. No more. I do this before bed so I don't wake up to searing pain because I hit myself.

  • Now of course there is aloe vera, one of the most known to work correctly. But I don't typically use this one as much as I did since you have to have gloops of slime everywhere and it looks weird, so I go for the lotion rather than the plant or gel, feels so the same but less messy.

  • On my last sunburn my mom made a paste that felt amazing but my dad was more than happy to laugh and joke at my expense. The paste had oatmeal, aspirin, and water/milk. We only worked with water but milk will also help cool the burn. The biggest thing I can tell you is that the ratio of water/milk to the oatmeal and aspirin has to be less, so it's a paste rather than a liquidity slop.

  • The best advice I can give you is not to get sunburnt, but I know sometimes it impossible to not. Also try not to get more sunburned, it will hurt more and be harder to find soothing remedies. Now if you get blisters DO NOT POP THEM! It can lead to scars and infections. They are also hard to explain and do hurt.

  • If you have any questions, please leave a comment or email me. Thank you

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